NEU Theory

NEU Theory

The Nature of Physical Reality

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  • 1st law energy
    In Neu Theory, a form of energy that accelerates with time and is not subject to entropy. The electric dipole charge shells and zome are the two forms of 1st law energy. Read More
  • 2nd law energy
    In Neu Theory, a form of energy that does not accelerate with time and becomes subject to entropy. Motion and light are the two forms of 2nd law energy. Read More
  • absolute
    In Neu Theory, the term absolute refers to an intrinsic property with a value that is fixed and does not change. Absolute is similar to the terms constant and invariant. Neu Theory limits the use of the term to: The five absolute properties of the two movement/energy forms of nature -(...) Read More
  • absolute density
    In Neu Theory, the density of the core and membrane (Type I spinrise matter) (6.693 x 1017 kg/m3.); and the hypothesized density of charge shell spin energy (3.91x1053 eV/m3). Read More
  • absolute property
    In Neu Theory, one of five intrinsic properties of the two primal movement/energy forms of nature, quantum spin and quantum rise: Immortality Fixed value Fixed speed Fixed direction Isotropy Read More
  • absolute speed
    In Neu Theory, absolute speed is the fixed speed of the two quantum movement/energy forms spin and rise, and is equal in value to the speed of light c which is uniformly accelerating with the constant a. Read More
  • accelerating speed of light
    In Neu Theory, the speed of light c, or the speed of absolute movement/energy, is a natural acceleration. Uniform universal acceleration a is the 3rd of the 4 primal physical quantities. Read More
  • acceleration
    1. In Current Science, acceleration is a change in the speed or direction of motion of a body. 2. In Neu Theory, the term acceleration applies to: uniform universal acceleration a of the absolute speed c of the two movement/energy forms spin and rise. This is one of the four(...) Read More
  • acceleration-of-place
    In Neu Theory, acceleration-of-place, or acceleration-in-place, is the perpetual intrinsic physical movement of matter and energy forms, and is the cause of natural force: the axial g-spin of matter cores [1a][1b] and electrons [2b] the radial g-rise of the cores [1a][1b], the(...) Read More
  • action
    1. In Current Science, action is energy multiplied by time. Planck’s constant h is a small discrete quantity of action. 2. In Neu Theory, the exertion of force by direct action or action at a distance. Read More
  • action at a distance
    The exertion of force by one body on another separated from it by space. See direct action. Read More
  • alpha particle
    1. In Current Science, the alpha particle is the nucleus of the isotope Helium-4 consisting of two protons and two neutrons (4 nucleons). The alpha particle, along with the beta particle (electron), and the gamma ray (nuclear photon) , are the primary products of radioactive decay. 2. In(...) Read More
  • antimatter
    1. In Current Science, an elementary particle having the same mass as a given particle but an opposite electrical charge, or (in the case of an uncharged particle) an opposite magnetic moment; example, a positron. 2, In Neu Theory, there is no antimatter in nature. The model does not(...) Read More
  • architecture
    In Neu Theory; architecture is the specific structure of a physical object. Read More
  • area
    Area (and volume) are geometric quantities of size. Area is the physical extent or magnitude of the entire, or a portion of, the surface of closure of an object that can be measured by any unit of choice. Read More
  • atom
    1. In Current Science, an atom is the smallest unit that defines the chemical elements and their isotopes. Every atom is composed of a nucleus made of positive electric charge protons and neutral neutrons called nucleons. Hydrogen-1 has no neutrons. The nucleus is surrounded by(...) Read More
  • atomic bond
    In Neu Theory, the strongly attractive electro/kinetic bond between the negative electrons and the positive nucleus that holds atoms together. Read More
  • atomic mass unit
    1. In Current Science, The SI atomic mass unit (amu) is based on 1/12th of the mass of a C-12 atom, approximately equal to 1.660 538 921 x 10-27 kg. With this standard the relative mass of a neutron is equal to 1.008 666 amu. 2. In Neu Theory, by definition sets the neutron equal to 1.000(...) Read More
  • ball
    1. In General, a ball is a spherical (round) body. 2. In Neu Theory, a ball is the intuitive, archetype object of physical form. In Simple Object Topology, a ball is the first of four primitive components of shape. A simple ball is defined as the volume contained by a uniform surface of(...) Read More
  • bang
    In Neu Theory, a bang is one of three types of events by which energy is released into the universe: 1st bangs, or “little bangs” are spontaneous neutron transformations, which de-links neutron plasm spinrise matter into the physical environment energy forms of electricity, space and(...) Read More
  • beta decay
    1. In Current Science, "beta decay" or the "weak" interaction, is the term used in reference to three atomic events: The emission of an electron by the free neutron or a radioactive nucleus. A proton is simultaneously created in the nucleus. The emission of a positron by a nucleus. A(...) Read More
  • beta particle
    In Current Science, designates a negatively charged particle now known to be an electron, which is one of the three main types of decay product emitted by radioactive substances; See electron Read More
  • bi-polar interaction
    In Neu Theory, the spin/magnetic addition between spinning cores in the nucleus. Read More
  • black hole
    1. In Current Science, a black hole is a massive object with gravity so intense that even light cannot escape. 2. In Neu Theory, a “black hole” is an electric supercell. Read More
  • body
    In General, a separate piece of matter, a material thing, a place (e.g. a human body, a celestial body) Read More
  • bond
    1. In General, to bond is to connect, join, or hold together. 2. In Neu Theory, See fundamental bond: Read More
  • boson
    1. In Current Science, a particle that has a symmetric wave function, and hence integral spin, and can be described by Bose–Einstein statistics. Cf. fermion. 2. In Neu Theory, a photon (spin energy) and a zomon (rise energy) - elementary energy particles that add together by merging,(...) Read More
  • bosonic
    In Neu Theory, the term bosonic refers to the physical property that allows movement/energy forms and movement/synergy forms to merge, overlap or pass through each other. Photons are bosonic because they pass through each other without loss of individual identity or change in direction. Zomons(...) Read More
  • bound
    In Neu Theory, to be connected and held together by an elementary bond or topological bond. Read More
  • captive proton
    In Neu Theory, a proton core [1b] that is part of a deuteron or helion neucleon. Read More
  • Certainty Principle
    In Neu Theory, a law of conservation by the model that all fractions of n must add up to one, and all ones must add up to N. Read More
  • charge
    See electric dipole charge shells.   Read More
  • charge radius
    1. In Current Science, a measure of the size of an atomic nucleus. Modern direct measurements are based on the scattering of electrons by nuclei. 2. In Neu Theory, a measure of the size of atomic nuclei and the charge shield. The proton’s mass and charge radius is the physical standard for(...) Read More
  • charge shell
    In Neu Theory, a shell of topologically split isotropic spin movement/energy that surrounds the spinning surface of a proton and an electron. See electric dipole charge shells. Read More
  • charge shield
    In Neu Theory, a positive electric charge shell or shells that has or have migrated from the S1 surface(s) of the spinning proton core(s) to above the non-spinning S3 surface of the neucleonic membrane. See electric dipole charge shells. Read More
  • closure
    In Neu theory, a topological property of a surface. Closure comes from the intuitive concept of roundness. Read More
  • cluster number
    In Neu Theory, the number of neucleon cells that make up a nuclide. Read More
  • concentrate
    In General, to increase the density of matter, energy, or force by the decrease of volume or the increase of substance. The opposite of concentrate is dilute. Read More
  • constant
    In Neu Theory, a constant, is a property of an object, or a relationship between objects, that is always measured to be the same. See absolute and invariant. Read More
  • coordinate system
    In Current Science, a geometric system that uses numbers (co-ordinates) to uniquely determine the position, orientation, and motion of objects relative to each other and a common system of reference. Read More
  • core
  • cosmic background radiation
    In Current Science, a uniform background radiation of photons in the microwave region of the light spectrum. Read More
  • cosmic matter cycle
  • cosmos
    In General, the observed universe as an organized whole. Read More
  • cross-section
    In Neu Theory, the exposed surface area of a cut made through an object. See face. Read More
  • current speed of light
    In Neu Theory, the physical meaning of "now" or the "present" as the speed of light is a uniform acceleration. Read More
  • curvature
    In Current Science, the rate of closure or bending of a surface. Curvature is the “bending” of a unit of length (measured in degrees) of the simple object being measured. Curvature = 1/r2. Read More
  • dark energy
    In Current Science, dark energy is an unknown form of energy hypothesized to exist and cause the accelerating expansion of the universe. The need is to explain the observed increase in redshift of distant Type 1a supernova. Dark energy is claimed to permeate all space with a constant(...) Read More
  • dark matter
    1. In Current Science, dark matter is a hypothesized unknown form of matter (with gravitational mass), that cannot be seen by telescopes because it does not emit, absorb, or scatter any radiation. This means dark matter is transparent to photons of any energy. Dark matter is provided as an(...) Read More
  • decay
    In Current Science, a gradual decrease in the magnitude of a physical quantity, esp. in the intensity of radioactivity or in the amplitude of an oscillation. Also, the spontaneous change of a substance, nucleus, etc., into another by radioactivity. Read More
  • density
    1. In Current Science, the quantity of matter or energy per unit volume. 2. In the Neu Theory model the maximum density or absolute density found in nature is Type I spinrise matter as measured by the mass and charge radius of the proton. This absolute density is set equal to 1.0 ≈ 6.693 x(...) Read More
  • deuteron
    1. In Current Science, the deuteron is the nucleus of the isotope Hydrogen-2, consisting of one proton and one neutron (2 nucleons) bound together by the strong force. 2. In Neu Theory, the deuteron is a neutron with one captive proton (1 neucleon) below a single charge shield. A “strong(...) Read More
  • dilute
    In Current Science, a decrease in the density of matter, energy, or force by the increase of volume or the decrease of substance. The opposite of dilute is concentrate. Read More
  • dimension
    In Neu Theory, the term dimension refers to four conceptually distinct aspects of physical reality. The Neu Theory dimensions of reality are: 1st Dimension - two perpetually accelerating quantum movement/energies that are conserved. 2nd Dimension - an invariant large number (N) of(...) Read More
  • dipole
    In Neu Theory: A pair of discrete equal and opposite electric charge shells The north and south poles of a magnet. Read More
  • direct action
    In Neu Theory, the exertion of force by one body on another by physical contact. See action at a distance. Read More
  • direction
    In Neu Theory: One of five absolute properties of the two quantum movement/energy forms spin and rise. Spin is a perpetual bending direction, and rise is a perpetual straight direction. Both movement/energies are permanently at right angles to each other. The conservation of direction, as(...) Read More
  • discrete
    In Current Science: Separate, detached from others; individually distinct. Not continuously variable, taking only certain values. Read More
  • displacement
    1. In Current Science: The relocation of something from one position to another position in a specified system of reference; the extent of such a relocation; the difference or relation between an initial position of a body and a subsequent position. The removal of something by(...) Read More
  • distance
    In Neu Theory, distance is the separation between objects as measured by a “straight” or “bent” measuring rod depending on the system of reference being used. Examples: the distance between two locations on the earth’s surface is measured by the spin meter, a bent rod; the distance between the(...) Read More
  • doubling time
    In Neu Theory, doubling time is the calculated time interval for an object to g-rise to a height equal to its depth. Doubling time is proportional to density, i.e., irrespective of the shape or size of the closure volume, all objects with the same density will have the same doubling time. Read More
  • effect
    1. In General, something accomplished, caused, or produced; a result, a consequence. In the physical sciences an effect is a particular phenomenon usually named after its discoverer, e.g., Doppler effect, Compton effect. 2. In Neu Theory, all physical effects are the result of specific(...) Read More
  • electric charge
    See electric dipole charge shells Read More
  • electric dipole charge shells
    In Neu Theory, the electric dipole charge shells are two equal and opposite parts of the electric quanta. They are 2 of the 7 elementary particles, and are designated [6+][6-] of the fundamental forms of nature. Each electric charge shell is one-half of a fixed quantity (0.000 833 u) of(...) Read More
  • electric dipole fields
    1. In Current Science, the electric dipole field is a field of force surrounding charged bodies. The electric fields creates an attractive force between unlike charges, and a repulsive force between like charges. 2. In Neu Theory, the electric dipole fields [7+][7-] are one of the(...) Read More
  • electric quanta
    In Neu Theory, 0.000 833 neu of spin energy equal to approximately 0.782 Mev, that is topologically mirror split into 2 equal parts as the electric dipole charge shells. Read More
  • electric supercell
    In Neu Theory, the electric supercell is what is currently called a black hole. The electric supercell is in essence a giant cosmic battery. An electric supercell is a large number positive charge (anode) neucleon supercluster core, with a mass that ranges from a few solar mass to billions of(...) Read More
  • electricity
    1. In Current Science, electricity is a property of matter; regarded as a form of energy occurring in two modes (positive and negative) as an intrinsic property of electrons and some other subatomic particles. 2. In Neu Theory, electricity is a general term that includes the electric dipole(...) Read More
  • electro-kinetic bond
    In Neu Theory, the electro-kinetic bond or the atomic bond is caused the by attraction of negative charged electrons to the positively charged nucleus. The individual positive and negative electric fields remain discrete maintaining topological closure. The bond is maintained by a reduction in(...) Read More
  • electromagnetism
    1. In Current Science, electromagnetism is the combined state of the electric and magnetic forces considered as one force, and one of the four fundamental forces of nature. 2. In Neu Theory, magnetic fields [4] and electric fields [7+][7-] are discrete forces arising from the natural(...) Read More
  • electron
    1. In Current Science, the electron is a stable subatomic particle which has a constant charge of negative electricity, is a constituent of all atoms, and is the primary carrier of electric current in solids. 2. In Neu Theory, the electron is one of the seven primary objects. The electron(...) Read More
  • element
    In General, any of the substances (numbering more than 100) that cannot be chemically interconnected or broken down into simpler substances and are primary constituents of matter. Read More
  • elementary bond
    In Neu Theory, a bond between elementary particles. There are three types of elementary bonds: topological bonds spin/magnetic bonds electro-kinetic bonds Read More
  • elementary interaction
    In Neu Theory, A physical interaction between elementary particles. See forces of nature. Read More
  • elementary particle
    1. In Current Science, an elementary particle is a particle believed not to have substructure; i.e., it is not known to be decomposable into other particles. An elementary particle is one of the basic building blocks of the universe from which all other things are made. In the Standard Model(...) Read More
  • elementary physical form
    In Neu Theory, a elementary physical form is one of the eleven discrete types of forms that make up nature. The term is inclusive, meaning all of nature can be described by these eleven types of form. Nothing else is required. The elementary forms of nature(...) Read More
  • elementary thing
    In Neu Theory, an elementary thing is a matter or energy form that cannot be permanently divided into parts. Synergy forms are not considered elementary things, but rather, are dynamic properties of elementary things caused by natural acceleration. In this model the 7 elementary particles are(...) Read More
  • energy
    1. In Current Science, energy is the ability to do work. 2. In Neu Theory, energy is two primal quantities. Energy is a large number of twin quantum primal forms of absolute movement that are conserved. A fixed quantum of energy (~939.565 379 MeV, ~1.505 349 631 x 10-10 Joules) is one of(...) Read More
  • entropy
    1. In Current Science, entropy is the increase in disorder or randomness of a system within its environment; the natural flow of heat is from hot to cold; the second law of thermodynamics. 2. In Neu Theory, entropy is the relative deceleration (non-acceleration) of 2nd law type thermal and(...) Read More
  • environment
    In Neu Theory; the environment is everything outside the body of consideration. The 3rd Dimension of Physical Reality. Read More
  • equilibrium
    1. In General, equilibrium is a state of balance between opposing forces. 2. In Neu Theory, the equilibrium states are: Matter is the equilibrium state of the two primal quantum movement/energy forms, spin and rise. The atomic nucleus is in equilibrium between the g-rise pressure of(...) Read More
  • ether
    1. In General, historically, the ether was a substance believed to permeate space that served as a medium for the transmission of electromagnetic waves. The Michelson/Morley speed of light experiment disproved the hypothesis of a stationary ether that occupies space. 2. In Neu Theory the(...) Read More
  • existence
    In Neu Theory, existence is the perpetual manifestation of matter, energy and movement/synergy in various forms and structures. The sensible manifestation of physical reality. The present state of being. Read More
  • exotic particle
    In Neu Theory; A momentary fragment or combination of spinrise matter, with or without a charge shell that is specifically produced: From the nucleus with positron emission, a fragment of core spinrise with the exact mass of an electron with a positive charge shell. From fragments of(...) Read More
  • face
    In Neu Theory, the part of an object’s surface area visible to another object. See cross-section. Read More
  • facts of experience
    In Neu Theory, the repeatable observations and experiments by human scientific inquiry that require a coherent explanation as to their identity, source, and behavior. Read More
  • fermion
    1. In Current Science, a particle that has an antisymmetric wave function, and hence half-integral spin, and can be described by Fermi–Dirac statistics. Cf. boson. A fermion is an elementary or composite particle, such as an electron, quark, or proton, whose spin is an integer multiple of 1/2.(...) Read More
  • fermionic
    1. In Current Science, fermionic is behavior as a fermion. 2. In Neu Theory, the term fermionic refers to the property that prevents the physical substance of the three elementary matter forms and the two elementary charge shell energy forms from physically merging, overlapping, or passing(...) Read More
  • field
    1. In General, a field is the extension of influence beyond the surface of an object. Fields can be scalar, i.e., magnitude only; or vector, i.e., with a magnitude and a direction. 2. In Neu Theory, a field is a movement/synergy structure that creates action at a distance. There are two(...) Read More
  • fission
    1. In Current Science, the splitting of a heavy atomic nucleus into (usu.) two nuclei spontaneously or under the impact of another particle, with resulting release of energy. 2. In Neu Theory, the separating of the charge shell layers surrounding a heavy nuclide into charge shell layers(...) Read More
  • flat
    In Neu Theory, the term "flat" means "without curvature." There are no flat physical forms in reality. Every object, starting with the seven elementary particles, is a topologically closed surface(s) with curvature. Read More
  • flux
    In Current Science, the rate of flow of matter and energy measured by the amount crossing a specified area in a specified moment of time. Read More
  • force
    1. In Current Science, a force is the intensity of an agency or influence that produces or tends to produce a change in the motion of a moving body, or produces motion or stress in a stationary body. Newton’s 2nd law of motion, defines force as being equal to mass times acceleration(...) Read More
  • forces of nature
    1. In Current Science, there are four fundamental forces of nature. These are gravity, electromagnetism, weak nuclear, and strong nuclear. 2. In Neu Theory, there are two primal forces in nature: Quantum spin movement/energy acceleration - perpetual inward pressure from bending(...) Read More
  • form
    In Neu Theory, form results from the static physical properties of shape, size, substance, and structure of elementary physical things, along with their dynamic behavior. Form and number make up the 2nd Dimension of Physical Reality. The conservation of form is the third part of the prime law(...) Read More
  • forms of nature
    See fundamental physical forms. Read More
  • fragmentation sequence
    In Neu Theory, the succession of topological events by which the invariant three part quantum whole neutron, the neutral a-state of matter transforms into the quantum parts, the electric b-state of matter. The main steps are: The openings - breaking and exiting - the core [1a] surface S1(...) Read More
  • frame of reference
    See system of reference. Read More
  • free
    In General, not bound or attached; surrounded by space, able to rotate. Read More
  • free fall
    1. In Current Science, free fall is the acceleration due to gravity. 2. In Neu Theory, see spinfall hollow effect. Read More
  • free rise energy
    In Neu Theory, free rise energy is quantum rise movement/energy not linked with spin movement/energy as matter. Free rise energy can be bound to matter as kinetic energy. The only truly free rise energy in nature is space in the form of zome. Read More
  • free spin energy
    In Neu Theory, free spin energy is quantum spin movement/energy not linked with rise movement/energy as matter. Free spin energy can be bound to matter as the electric dipole charge shells or light in the form of photons. Read More
  • fundamental physical form
    In Neu Theory, a fundamental physical form is the term used by the model that refers to one of the eleven fundamental things that make up nature. The term is inclusive, meaning all of nature can be described by these eleven forms and there is nothing else that is required. The eleven(...) Read More
  • fundamental physical quantity
    In Neu Theory, one of four discrete physical quantities from which the fundamental forms of nature are made. The fundamental physical quantities of nature are: quantum spin - a perpetual movement/energy form at the absolute speed of light. quantum rise - a perpetual movement/energy form at(...) Read More
  • fusion
    1. In Current Science, the union of atomic nuclei to form a heavier nucleus, usu. with release of energy. 2. In Neu Theory, fusion is the layering of two or more nucleonic charge shells into one charge shield surrounding a heavier nuclide. The atomic elements are synthesized by(...) Read More
  • g-fall
    In Neu Theory, g-fall is the physical contraction of electric charge shell spin energy that envelops protons, electrons, and neucleon clusters. The contraction is caused by natural acceleration a.  The contraction of the spin energy shell(s) provides a resistance to the g-rise of the matter(...) Read More
  • g-rise
    In Neu theory, g-rise is the physical accelerating of matter (or space) caused by its rise energy content and volumetric distribution. We cannot see this physical acceleration, as we are part of it, we can only "feel" its effect. We experience g-rise as the hills and valleys of push as we move(...) Read More
  • g-rise/spinfield
    In Neu Theory, elementary physical form of nature [5] and the term for gravity. Read More
  • g-spin
    In Neu theory, the physical one-way rotation of cores and electrons at the accelerating speed of light. The cause of magnetism. Read More
  • g-spin/magnetism
    In Neu Theory, the elementary physical form of nature [4] that produces a magnetic field. Read More
  • geometry
    In Current Science, the measurement of the size of physical shapes by comparing their surface area and volume by using any convenient mathematical system. Neu Theory uses spherical Euclidean Geometry. Read More
  • gravity
    1. In Current Science, gravity is the force of universal attraction between all matter and energy. The force is extremely weak on the microscopic scale, but as it is unlimited in range, it can only add becoming dominant on the cosmic scale. Gravity is considered as one of four fundamental(...) Read More
  • heat
    In Neu Theory, heat is a measure of the quantity of bound rise (kinetic) energy stored with collections of matter objects using spin (radiant) energy units. Heat is not an individual atomic property, it is a collective property of large numbers of vibrating atoms that is measured as(...) Read More
  • helion
    1. In Current Science, the helion is the nucleus of the isotope Helium-3, consisting of two protons and one neutron. The helion is a stable nuclide found in nature. 2. In Neu Theory, the helion is one neutron cell, with two captive protons, below a charge shield with a charge shell value of(...) Read More
  • hierarchy
    In Neu Theory, there is a hierarchy of terms describing physical form. Physical form has 5 levels: primal elementary primary ordinary exotic Read More
  • historical time
    In Neu Theory, historical time is the one-way continuum of unique moments of physical time as measured by the synchronized accelerating rotation of the matter cores and electrons of the universe. Each rotation represents a small permanent quantum acceleration of the speed of light. Read More
  • history
    In Neu Theory, history is the 4th Dimension of reality. The Cosmic Play. Read More
  • hole
    In Neu Theory, a hole is one of the four primitive components of shape. See Simple Object Topology. Read More
  • hollow
    In Neu Theory, a hollow is one of the four primitive components of shape. See Simple Object Topology. Read More
  • hollow plasm
    In Neu Theory, the hollow plasm, neuclonic plasm or neutron plasm, is the spinrise matter substance topologically contained between the neutron membrane and the neutron core. The plasm only exists with the a-state neutron. Read More
  • homeostasis
    In Neu Theory, homeostasis, specifically cosmic homeostasis, is the maintenance of a dynamically stable state by the universe by means of internal regulatory systems and processes that counteracts disturbance to the cosmic equilibrium. Read More
  • homogeneity
    1. In General, the property of being homogenous. 2. In Neu Theory, homogeneity means equal volumes of a substance contain equal quantities of mass or energy that is infinitely divisible without any “graininess.” Homogeneity is one of the four static physical properties of matter, and is a(...) Read More
  • Hubble law
    In Current Science, that the redshifts in the spectra of distant galaxies (and hence their speeds of recession) are proportional to their distance. Read More
  • hyper spinfield
    A hyper spinfield is a movement/synergy projection by a supermassive electric supercell core that is g-rising at the speed of light. The hyper spinfield is a projection into space that makes all satellites in orbit, irrespective of their distance from the center, move at a uniform(...) Read More
  • immortality
    1. In General, perpetual existence. 2. In Neu Theory, a) one of five absolute properties of the two movement/energy forms spin and rise; b) one of five absolute properties of universal uniform acceleration. Read More
  • inertia
    1. In Current Science, inertia is the property of a body, proportional to its mass, by virtue of which it continues in a state of rest or uniform straight motion in the absence of an external force. 2. In Neu Theory, inertia is the ratio between two natural quantities, the acceleration of(...) Read More
  • infinity
    1. In Current Science, Infinite quantity (denoted by ∞); an infinite number (of something). 2. In Neu Theory, the only number approaching infinity is the historical population of zomons. Zomons are born and never die, they just perpetually fade away. In principle, even though there is(...) Read More
  • instant
    In Neu Theory, a precise, extremely brief moment of time. Read More
  • invariant
    1. In Current Science, an invariant is a physical quantity that always stays the same, i.e., never changes. 2. In Neu Theory, the term invariant is limited to four quantities in nature: The ‘one-way direction’ of the two absolute movement/energies. The uniform acceleration a of the(...) Read More
  • isotope
    In Current Science, each of two or more varieties of a particular chemical element which have different numbers of neutrons in the nucleus, and therefore different relative atomic masses and different nuclear (but the same chemical) properties. Also freq., a distinct kind of atom or nucleus (=(...) Read More
  • isotropy
    1. In General, equally in all directions. 2. In Neu Theory, isotropy is one of five absolute properties of the two movement/energy forms spin and rise. Read More
  • kinetic energy
    1. In Current Science, the energy of motion. 2. In Neu Theory, kinetic energy is 2nd law rise energy bound to the mass of an object. This energy is carried by mass but it is not mass. A small amount of mass can carry many times more kinetic energy than the rise energy contained by its(...) Read More
  • law
    In General, a law is something that is required, forbidden, or allowed with a definite set of rules. Natural laws are the rules observed in nature. Read More
  • laws of nature
    In Neu Theory there is one prime law of nature that governs universal physical behavior. This law is the combined conservation of movement, number, and form. Read More
  • lifetime
    In Neu Theory, the moment of historical time during which a physical structure exists. In the model all physical entities are ultimately constructed from two perpetual movement/energy forms. The movements are fixed in value and immortal but the fundamental entities they continuously form have(...) Read More
  • light
    1. In Current Science, light is both an electromagnetic wave and a massless coherent particle that moves through space at a constant speed. 2. In Neu Theory, light refers to the entire radiant energy spectrum from gamma through radio wavelengths. Light is made of photons, “bubbles” of(...) Read More
  • light spectrum
    In Neu Theory, the continuum of discrete radiant energy bubbles that are carried by space within the cosmic open-hollow volume, at the speed of light c which is uniformly accelerating with the constant a. Read More
  • little bangs hypothesis
    In Neu Theory, the little bangs (beta decay) are spontaneous neutron transformations by: free neutrons unstable nuclides. The little bangs are periodic acts of spontaneous creation by nature that, among other things, regulate the cosmic volume of space. The act is the moment of(...) Read More
  • location
    1. In general, a location is a site or a place. 2. In Neu Theory, location has two meanings: Location is a defined topological place where there is matter, energy or synergy. All elementary forms of nature (including motion) are locations. Location is an intrinsic part of a system(...) Read More
  • magnetic dipole field
    1. In Current Science, a field of force produced by a magnetic object or particle or by a changing electric field. 2. In Neu Theory, the magnetic dipole field is the permanent movement/synergy force accompanying the g-spin of quantum matter objects.   Read More
  • magnetism
    In Current Science, the characteristic properties of a magnet; magnetic phenomena, esp. attraction and repulsion; the property of matter producing these. Read More
  • mass
    1. In Current Science, mass is the quantity of matter which a body contains, as measured by its acceleration under a given force or by the force exerted on it by a gravitational field. In the standard model of particle physics the property of mass of all elementary particles comes from the(...) Read More
  • mass number
    1. In Current Science, the mass number is the total number of protons and neutrons in an atomic nucleus. Mass number is always a whole number. 2. Neu Theory does not use the term mass number. The equivalent term is neu number. Read More
  • material
    In Neu Theory, the term material broadly refers to all the products (atoms, space, and light) made from various combinations of the seven elementary particles. Read More
  • matter
    1. In Current Science, matter is that which has mass and occupies space; physical substance as distinct from spirit, mind, qualities, etc. 2. In Neu Theory, matter refers only to the 3 primal substances made from quantum spinrise, the linked form of absolute spin movement/energy and(...) Read More
  • matter/energy cycle
    In Neu Theory, the matter/energy cycle is the one-way process in six steps by which the universe renews itself and the reason the universe is filled with stars and galaxies: Phase one - neutral → electric Step 1 - supercell phase. The collection, transport and freeing of neutrons by(...) Read More
  • measurement
    1. In Current Science, measurement is the process of obtaining the magnitude of a physical quantity relative to a specified unit of measurement. 2. In Neu Theory, the neu quantities are the natural units of counting and measurement. Read More
  • membrane
  • mole
    1. In Current Science, that amount of a given substance or species having a mass in grams numerically the same as its molecular or atomic weight, equivalent (in the International System of Units) to the quantity of specified molecules, ions, electrons, etc., that in number equals the number of(...) Read More
  • molecule
    1. In Current Science, the smallest fundamental unit of a chemical compound that can take part in the chemical reactions characteristic of that compound; a number of atoms chemically joined together. 2. In Neu Theory, the neucleon clusters (atomic nuclides) are considered molecules of(...) Read More
  • moment
    In Neu Theory, a moment is any convenient interval of time, which can be designated to be as brief or long as necessary to illustrate some concept. In principle, the quantum g-spin of the electron membrane volume is the smallest measurable moment of physical time and represents one tick of(...) Read More
  • momentum
    In Current Science, the quantity of motion of a moving body, equal to the product of the mass and the velocity of the body (mv). Read More
  • motion
    1. In Current Science, motion is a change in position of an object with respect to time. Motion is typically described in terms of velocity, acceleration, displacement and time. Motion is observed by attaching a frame of reference to a body and measuring its change in position relative to(...) Read More
  • movement
    In Neu Theory, movement is the presence of energy and the 1st Dimension of Physical Reality. There are two perpetual movement/energy forms in nature, called quantum spin and quantum rise, and everything in the universe is made from just these two movement/energies linked and de-linked as(...) Read More
  • movement/energy
    In Neu Theory, the term is used as follows: The closure movement at the speed of light c by quantum spin energy. This primal movement, which naturally accelerates with the constant a, is one of the four primal physical quantities of nature, with an invariant energy value equal to ~939(...) Read More
  • movement/synergy
    In Neu Theory, movement/synergy is a combination term for a force field or effect field that extends beyond a matter or energy form, or as in space, the field acts within the energy form. The fields are caused by the natural acceleration-in-place of the underlying matter or energy(...) Read More
  • n
    In Neu Theory, the abbreviation for one neutron (the quantum whole). The term n also represents one natural unit of atomic matter in either the neutral or electric state. Read More
  • N prime
    In Neu Theory, the abbreviation for the cosmic neu number (the cosmic whole). The term Nprime , or just N represents the invariant large number of quantum wholes that make up the universe. The model begins with an estimated value for N near 3.0 x 1079. This working value is based on astronomic(...) Read More
  • natural
    In Neu Theory, anything and everything that occurs or can occur in nature. Read More
  • natural acceleration
    In Neu Theory, natural acceleration is the 3rd of the 4 primal physical quantities. Natural acceleration is uniform universal acceleration acting through elementary matter and energy forms in a specific manner. Natural acceleration is the cause of the four movement/synergies, or the(...) Read More
  • nature
    In Neu Theory, nature is the individual and collective behavior of a large number of elementary physical forms. Read More
  • negative
    In Neu Theory, the term and symbol (-) used for: The mirror image shape of the electron’s electric charge shell and electric field as compared to the proton’s electric charge shell and electric field. The symbol for anti-parallel spin/magnetic polarity. Read More
  • neu
    In Neu Theory, an acronym for “neutron equivalent unit.” A neu is an absolute system of measurement by which a specific physical value is compared to the neutron physical quantity set at unity. Examples: mass: the measured 1.674 929 351 x 10-27 kg mass of the neutron is set equal to one(...) Read More
  • neu energy
    In Neu Theory, the difference between neu number and neu mass. Neu energy is the amount of de-linked spinrise matter present in the universe measured as fraction of the whole. Neu energy consists of equal amounts of spin energy and rise energy. The spin energy is in the forms of the electric(...) Read More
  • neu mass
    In Neu Theory, the quantity of mass contained by an object using a measurement scale where the neutron is set equal to one atomic mass unit. Neu Theory considers neu mass an absolute scalar quantity representing the inertial value of the object’s neu number. For all material objects - except(...) Read More
  • neu mole
    In Neu Theory, the accepted SI values are used with one exception. The exception is the numerical value of the mole or amount of matter. This is required because Neu Theory uses a different atomic mass unit (amu) than current science. The neu mole is approximately equal to 5.971x1023. Read More
  • neu number
    In Neu Theory, the integer sum of the two matter states (neutral a-state and electric b-state) that make up any material object beginning with the atomic elements and isotopes. The neu number is the same as the mass number, (baryon number) of current science. In principle neu number is a(...) Read More
  • neu quanta
    In Neu Theory, neu quanta refers to the quantum particles plus motion created by spontaneous transformation of the composite neutron. Each quantum particle is a neu quanta with an invariant distribution of mass or energy. The distribution of energy between the zomon and motion varies, however(...) Read More
  • neucleon
    In Neu Theory, neucleons are the building blocks of atomic nuclei. A neucleon (note: spelling) is a neutron cell with 1, 2, or 3 spinning cores. A neucleon is a neutral single cell structure below a positive electric charge shield. There are only three nucleons found in nature. All atoms,(...) Read More
  • neucleon cell molecule
    In Neu Theory, the atomic nuclides. With the exception of hydrogen-1, hydrogen-2, and helium-3, which are the 3 neucleons, all other nuclides are neucleon cell molecules (neucleon clusters), made from combinations of the 3 neucleons. Read More
  • neucleon cluster
    In Neu Theory, See neucleon cell molecule. Read More
  • neucleonic
    In Neu Theory, that which pertains to the nucleus and neucleons. Read More
  • neucleonic core
    In Neu Theory, the elementary particle of matter [1] as the core of a neutron, deuteron, and helion cell [1a], and as a captive proton core [1b] in the nucleus. All cores can be visualized as simple balls at absolute density and specific volume. Read More
  • neucleonic membrane
    In Neu Theory, the elementary particle of matter [2a] when it part of a neutron, deuteron, and helion cell. In neucleons and nuclides the membrane provides a neutral substrate upon which the positive electric charge shells exist. Read More
  • neucleonic plasm
    In Neu Theory, the elementary particle of matter [3a]. Read More
  • neutrino
    1. In Current Science, a neutrino is an electrically neutral, weakly interacting elementary subatomic particle with a half-integer spin. The neutrino (actually the anti-neutrino) is produced (with an electron and a proton) in the beta decay of a neutron. 2. In Neu Theory; a neutrino is not(...) Read More
  • neutron
    1. In Current Science, a neutron is an electrically uncharged subatomic particle of slightly greater mass than the proton, which is a constituent (with the proton) of all atomic nuclei except that of the common isotope of hydrogen (H1). In the Standard Model of Particle Physics the neutron is(...) Read More
  • now
    1. In General, the present time or moment. 2. In Neu Theory, the current speed of light. Read More
  • nuclear spin
    1. In Current Science, nuclear spin is the total angular momentum of a nuclide measured in ½ integer units. 2. In Neu Theory, nuclear spin is the net residual quantum spin vector orientation of any nuclide after all the up (+) and down (-) spin orientations of the individual neucleons is(...) Read More
  • nucleon
    1. In Current Science, a nucleon is a proton or a neutron that is part of an atomic nucleus. The nucleon number of a nuclide is its mass number. 2. In Neu Theory, see neucleon. Read More
  • nucleus
    In Current Science, the positively charged central core of an atom, comprising most of its mass but occupying only a very small part of its volume. See nuclide. Read More
  • nuclide
    1. In Current Science, a nuclide is a distinct kind of atom or nucleus, as defined by the numbers of protons and neutrons in the nucleus; an isotope. 2. In Neu Theory, a nuclide is a charge shielded neucleon cluster. There are only three neucleons that make up all naturally occurring(...) Read More
  • number
    In Neu Theory, number is one of the four primal physical quantities of nature. Number along with Form is the 2nd Dimension of Physical Reality. There are only two real numbers in Neu Theory. The integer one, called n, and a very large number of ones, called N. Number can only add. This(...) Read More
  • number density
    In Neu Theory, number density is the total number of n’s (neutral and electric integers) contained within a specified volume. Read More
  • openings
    In Neu Theory, openings are always plural, examples: Two openings (one hole) are the transitions connecting the two surfaces (the “wall”) of the shell shape. Example: Consider a door as the hole between two rooms (two topological shells). When the door is closed, each room is a hollow(...) Read More
  • ordinary
    In General, of common or everyday occurrence; frequent, abundant. Read More
  • orientation
    In Neu Theory, orientation is the direction of the spin/magnetic axis relative to a system of reference. Read More
  • parsec
    In Current Science, A unit of astronomical length equal to the distance at which a star would have a heliocentric parallax of one second of arc, approx. equal to 3.09 × 1016 meters (19.2 × 1012 miles, 3.26 light years). Read More
  • particle
    1. In Current Science, any of numerous subatomic constituents of the physical world that interact with each other and include electrons, neutrinos, photons, and alpha particles. 2. In Neu Theory, one of seven discrete things that build physical reality. See elementary particle. Read More
  • photon
    1. In Current Science, a photon is a quantum of light or other electromagnetic radiation, the energy of which is proportional to the frequency of the radiation. The photon has properties of both a wave and a particle. In the Standard Model of Particle Physics the photon is a gauge boson and(...) Read More
  • physical
    1. In General, physical pertains to material as opposed to mental or spiritual. 2. In Neu Theory, physical refers to the quantifiable matter, energy, synergy properties of the fundamental forms of nature. A physical quantity is a measurable quantity. Read More
  • physical movement
    See movement. Read More
  • physical quantity
    1. In Current Science, property of a phenomenon, body, or substance, where the property has a magnitude that can be expressed as a number and a reference. Hence the value of a physical quantity q is expressed as the product of a numerical value Nq and a unit of measurement uq; q = Nq x(...) Read More
  • physical reality
    In Neu Theory, the totality of physical things (real things) that exist in the universe, and the interaction between them. In the model there is only physical reality. Everything that exists or can exist in nature is considered physical and in principle measurable. There is no virtual reality(...) Read More
  • physical thing
    In Neu Theory, a physical thing is a place in nature where there is matter or energy. Movement/synergy is not considered a separate physical thing, it is an intrinsic property of a physical thing. A physical thing has physical form (shape, size, substance, and structure) and other measurable(...) Read More
  • physics
    In Current Science, the branch of science that deals with the nature and properties of matter and energy, in so far as they are not dealt with by chemistry or biology; the science whose subject matter includes mechanics, heat, light and other radiation, sound, electricity, magnetism, and the(...) Read More
  • place
    In Neu Theory, a place is a unique physical location embedded in space. Space per se is the largest physical place.  A place has form with shape, size, quantity, and structure. There are three types of place in nature: matter place - elementary forms [1][2][3]. energy place -(...) Read More
  • plasm
  • plasma
    In Current Science, an ionized gas containing electrons and free positive ions, formed usu. at high temperatures; esp. an electrically neutral one exhibiting certain phenomena due to the collective interaction of charges. Read More
  • positive
    In Neu Theory, the term and symbol (+) used for: The shape of the proton’s electric charge shell and electric field as compared to the electron’s mirror shaped electric charge shell and electric field. The symbol for parallel spin/magnetic polarity. Read More
  • positron
    1. In Current Science, a positron is a subatomic particle having the same mass as an electron and a numerically equal but positive charge. The positron is considered a form of anti-matter. 2. In Neu Theory, a positron is fragment of proton core spinrise matter equal in mass to the electron,(...) Read More
  • potential energy
    In Current Science, energy which a body possesses by virtue of its state or position not its motion (cf. kinetic energy). Read More
  • pressure
    In Current Science, the exertion of a continuous force by physical contact. Pressure is a measurable quantity expressed as weight per unit area Read More
  • primal
    1. In General, Belonging to the first age or earliest stage; original; primitive, primeval. 2. In Neu Theory, primal is the pre-existing physical foundation to the heirarchy of universal physical structure and behavior: primal level - the four primal physical quantities. elementary(...) Read More
  • primal physical quantity
    In Neu Theory, one of four physical quantities from which all the physical forms of nature are made. The primal physical quantities of nature are: quantum spin, a perpetual movement/energy form at the absolute speed of light(c) quantum rise, a perpetual movement/energy form at the(...) Read More
  • primary object
    In Neu Theory, one of seven discrete physical structures made from the elementary particles of nature. The primary physical objects of nature are: neutrons - [1a][2a][3a] protons - [1b][6+] electrons - [2b][6-] deuterons - [1a][1b][2a][3a][6+] helions -(...) Read More
  • prime law of nature
    In Neu Theory, the prime law of nature is the conservation of movement, number, and form. Read More
  • primitive components of shape
    In Neu Theory, there are four primitive components of shape: ball hole hollow strut. All ordinary physical objects can be described using only these 4 intuitive components. See Simple Object Topology. Read More
  • property
    1. In General, An inherent attribute or capability of a thing. 2. Neu Theory specifically uses the term in reference to the absolute and physical properties of the various forms of matter, energy, and movement/synergy. Properties can be categorized as follows: the absolute properties(...) Read More
  • protino
    In Neu Theory, specifically the name for the positron. However, the term can be applied to any core fragment, of any mass, that is produced with high speed particle collisions from accelerators and cosmic rays. Read More
  • proton
    1. In Current Science, a proton is a stable subatomic particle, occurring in all atomic nuclei, which is a baryon with a positive charge equal and opposite to that of the electron and a mass 1836 times the electron's mass (symbol p); in chemical reactions etc., a hydrogen ion (H ). In the(...) Read More
  • quanta
    1. In Current Science, see quantum. 2. In Neu Theory, see neu quanta. Read More
  • quantum
    1. In General, a quantum is a small discrete amount of anything. 2. In Current Science, a quantum is a discrete quantity of electromagnetic energy proportional in magnitude to the frequency of the radiation it represents; an analogous discrete amount of any other physical quantity (as(...) Read More
  • quantum parts
    In Neu Theory, the quantum parts (neu quanta) are the six fractions of the quantum whole created with spontaneous neutron transformation: [1b] proton core - 0.998 623u spinrise matter) [2b] electron membrane ball - 0.000 544u spinrise matter [6+] positive electric charge shell with(...) Read More
  • quantum rise movement/energy
    In Neu Theory, quantum rise movement/energy is one of 4 primal physical quantities of nature, and is equal to ~939 Mev. Read More
  • quantum spin
    In Neu Theory, quantum spin (qs) is the period of rotation (time of one revolution) of spinrise matter objects that are at absolute density, e.g., neutron cores, proton cores, and electrons. All rotating quantum matter objects of the same physical size will have the same period of rotation,(...) Read More
  • quantum spin movement/energy
    In Neu Theory, quantum spin movement/energy is one of the 4 primal physical quantities, and is equal to ~939 Mev. Read More
  • quantum whole
    In Neu Theory, the neutron hypothesized as a primal 3 part composite object. Each quantum whole is a natural physical number (neu number), and the natural atomic mass unit (amu). When a part of the quantum whole is observed, the existence of the other parts can be inferred. Read More
  • radiation
    1. In Current Science, radiation is the emission and transmission of energy in the form of (esp. electromagnetic) waves or moving subatomic particles. 2. In Neu theory, radiation is a general term that applies to: The emission of photons (from atomic and nuclear events) which are then(...) Read More
  • radioactive
    In Current Science, an atomic nucleus, a substance, etc.: (capable of) undergoing spontaneous nuclear decay involving emission of ionizing radiation in the form of particles or gamma rays. Read More
  • re-link
    In Neu Theory, the joining of spin movement/energy and rise movement/energy to make matter. Specifically in the model the joining of 0.000833u of charge shells spin energy and 0.000833u of kinetic (rise) energy to make 0.000833u of Type II plasm matter during Step 5 of the matter cycle. This(...) Read More
  • redshift
    1. In Current Science, redshift is the displacement of spectral lines, resonance peaks, etc., towards longer wavelengths or the red end of the spectrum, implying (if this is a Doppler effect) that a celestial object exhibiting this is receding; the extent of this. 2. In Neu Theory, redshift(...) Read More
  • resonance
    In Current Science, A condition in which an object or system is subjected to an oscillating force having a frequency at or close to that of a natural vibration of the object or system; the resulting amplification of the natural vibration. Read More
  • rise
    In Neu Theory; the term rise has two meanings 1. Rise as a form of energy: Primal rise is a perpetual movement/energy form of nature. Quantum rise movement/energy is one of the four primal physical quantities of nature. Quantum rise movement/energy has five absolute properties: (...) Read More
  • rise energy
    In Neu Theory: Primal quantum rise movement/energy. The rise movement/energy of de-linked plasm [3a]  spinrise matter in the forms of the zomon (space quanta) and motion (kinetic energy) with the little bang. The kinetic energy of de-linked spinrise from captive proton [1b](...) Read More
  • risergy
    In Neu Theory, the name for the rise movement/energy form, one of the four primal quantities of nature. Read More
  • scalar
    In Current Science, a quantity having magnitude but no direction, and representable by a single real number. Read More
  • shape
    In Neu Theory, shape is the first component of physical form, and one of the four static physical properties of matter and energy forms. There are four primitive components of shape, ball, hole, hollow, and strut. See Simple Object Topology. The Neu Theory model uses only three basic(...) Read More
  • SI
    In Current Science, SI is the abbreviation for Système International (d'Unités) International System of Units. The units are: Time: seconds (s) Space: meters (m) Mass: kilograms (kg) Temperature: degrees kelvin (K) or °C (Celsius) Electrical current: ampere (A) Luminosity:(...) Read More
  • simple object
    In Neu Theory, a simple object is a real object topologically reduced to its four primitive components of shape, i.e., ball, holes, hollows, and struts. See Simple Object Topology. Read More
  • simultaneous
    1. In Current Science, occurring, operating, or existing at the same time. 2. In Neu Theory, see synchronous. Read More
  • size
    In Neu Theory, size is the second component of physical form, and one of the four static physical properties of matter and energy forms. There are three primitive components of size: surface area volume thickness. Read More
  • space
    1. In Current Science, space is an empty container (a vacuum) in which objects exist and are separated by distance. 2. In metaphysics, space is a continuous, infinitely divisible, unbounded volume with unlimited extension in every direction without reference to matter and energy. 3. In(...) Read More
  • space/motion
    In Neu Theory, space/motion are the two parts of the rise energy quanta that are formed with the little bang transformation. The invariant combined value of the two parts is equal to 0.000833u. Read More
  • specific volume
    In Current Science, the volume of a physical substance per unit of mass. The reciprocal of density. Read More
  • speed
    In Current Science, the speed of an object is the magnitude of its velocity and is a scalar quantity. Speed is the distance traveled by an object per unit of time, without considering the direction of travel. Read More
  • speed of light
    1. In Current Science, the speed of light is the speed at which photons (and other massless entities), propagate through a vacuum and is exactly equal to 299,792,458 meters per second. The speed of light sets an upper limit to the velocity of massive bodies and the speed by which information(...) Read More
  • spin
    1. In Current Science, spin is an intrinsic property of certain elementary particles which is a form of angular momentum, usu. pictured as a rotation; a vector representing this in the case of a particular particle. 2. In Neu Theory, spin has two specific meanings: Spin is one of two(...) Read More
  • spin effects
    In Neu Theory, spin effects are the rules of interaction by the constant one-way rotation of quantum matter objects at the elementary and primary levels: spin is always a dipole addition like spins resist interaction unlike spins remain neutral The spins of cores [1a][1b] is(...) Read More
  • spin energy
    In Neu Theory: Primal quantum spin movement/energy. The spin movement/energy of de-linked plasm [3a]  spinrise matter in the forms of the electric dipole charge shells, and photons of light with the little bang. The radiant energy (gamma rays) of de-linked spinrise from captive(...) Read More
  • spinergy
    In Neu Theory, the  name for the spin movement/energy form, one of the four primal quantities of nature. Read More
  • spinfall
    In Neu Theory, the trajectory of an unbound or bound object subject to the effects of a spinfield hollow. Read More
  • spinfall hollow effects
    In Neu Theory, the spinfall hollow effects are the g-spin and g-rise accelerations that uniformly displace all matter and radiant objects relative to the g-rising matter surface within the spherical spinfield hollow structure. There is a cosmic g-spin and g-rise acceleration floor to the local(...) Read More
  • spinfield
    In Neu Theory, the spinfield (a movement synergy form arising from g-rise) is a topological boundary term used to describe the properties and extent of the spinfall hollow effects. Read More
  • spinfield hollow
    In Neu Theory, the spinfield hollow is one of two parts of the movement/synergy form, g-rise/spinfield, and [5] of the elementary forms of nature. The spinfield hollow volume surrounds all matter objects with a size and effect based on the g-rise floor. Read More
  • spinoff
    In Neu Theory, the one-way process by which the neucleonic membrane of a neutron inverts and separates and shrinks into the electron ball during the little bang transformation. Read More
  • spinon
    In Neu Theory, the one-way process by which an electron reverts into a neutron membrane during deuteron synthesis. Read More
  • spinrise
    In Neu Theory, spinrise is matter energy, or the two forms of energy contained in matter, Specifically the linked state of absolute spin movement/energy and absolute rise movement/energy, synthesizing 3 discrete forms of the substance we call matter in the form of a neutron. Read More
  • spinrise matter core
    In Neu Theory, the spinrise matter core is one of the seven elementary particles, and [1] of the elementary forms of nature. Over 99.8 % of the total movement/energy of the universe is locked in the two spinrise matter core objects, either as neutron [1a] cores, or proton [1b] cores. Read More
  • spinrise matter membrane
    In Neu Theory, the spinrise matter membrane is one of the seven elementary particles, and [2] of the elementary forms of nature. The spinrise membrane is the smallest stable quantity of matter (0.000544u) in nature and becomes the electron [2b] after spontaneous neutron transformation. Read More
  • spinrise matter plasm
    In Neu Theory, the spinrise matter plasm is one of seven elementary particles, and [3] of the elementary forms of nature. After spontaneous neutron transformation, the de-linkage of the spinrise plasm matter contained between the spinrise matter core and the spinrise matter membrane, is the(...) Read More
  • spontaneous neutron transformation
    In Neu Theory, spontaneous neutron transformation (the little bang) is the spontaneous act of fragmentation by the three part quantum whole - the neutral (a-state) of matter, into the quantum parts - the electric (b-state) of matter. Without this singular act of creation the universe as we(...) Read More
  • stable
    In Current Science, a physical system, chemical compound, isotope, etc.: that does not readily or spontaneously transform or disintegrate. Read More
  • states of matter
    1. In Current Science, there are four states or “phases” of matter: solid liquid gas plasma. 2. In Neu Theory, there are two states of matter: the neutral a-state as the neutron the electric b-state as hydrogen-1 In principle, the sum of the two states must add up(...) Read More
  • strong nuclear force
    1. In Current Science, the strong nuclear force is the force that binds the protons and neutrons in a nucleus together overcoming the strong electrical repulsion between protons. 2. In Neu Theory, a strong nuclear force to keep the nucleus together is not required. The nucleus is held(...) Read More
  • structure
    In Neu Theory, structure is one of the four static physical properties of matter and energy forms. Structure is the topological distribution of physical substance. Structure in nature begins with the invariant fractional distribution of matter between the three parts of the neutron cell. Read More
  • strut
    In Neu Theory, a strut is one of the four primitive components of shape. See Simple Object Topology. Read More
  • substance
    1. In General, that of which a physical thing consists; the essential material forming a thing. 2. In Philosophy, the essential nature underlying phenomena; the permanent substratum of things; that in which properties or attributes inhere. 3. In Neu Theory, the matter, energy, and(...) Read More
  • surface of closure
    In Neu Theory, a surface of closure is the part of an object that serves as the boundary between the object and its environment. The surface of closure is a finite area that can be measured by any unit of choice. In the Neu Theory model there are only three discrete surfaces in nature: (...) Read More
  • synchronous
    1. In General, existing or happening at the same time; occurring at the same moment; contemporary; simultaneous. 2. In Neu Theory, the term synchronous in used in lieu of simultaneous. Synchronized universal uniform acceleration a is a primal property of the two primal movement/energy(...) Read More
  • synergy
    In General, the production by two or more agents, substances, etc., of a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects. In Neu Theory, See movement/synergy. Read More
  • system of reference
    In Neu Theory, a system of reference is an accelerating coordinate system used to compare the position, orientation, and motion of objects relative to each other and the system of reference. e.g.; A body of matter, such as a proton or the earth The Zome Read More
  • temperature
    In General, the state of a substance or body with regard to objective warmth or coldness, referred to a standard of comparison; spec. that quality or condition of a body which in degree varies directly with the amount of heat contained in the body; a particular degree of this, esp. as(...) Read More
  • thickness
    In General, thickness, similar to area and volume, is a measurement of physical size. Thickness is the extent or distance between opposite surfaces of an object; the third dimension of a body or figure, distinct from length and breadth. Read More
  • thing
    In Neu Theory, a thing is a physical form where there is matter or energy. Synergy forms are not considered things, but rather, extensions of things. See elementary thing, elementary particle and elementary physical form. Read More
  • time
    In Neu Theory, the identity of time is universal uniform acceleration a of the two absolute movement/energy forms, quantum spin and quantum rise. Time, or natural acceleration a, is the 3rd of the 4 primal physical quantities of nature. Physically, time can be considered as a perpetual(...) Read More
  • topological property
    In Neu Theory, topological properties are intuitive concepts regarding the form of simple objects. Topological properties are permanent and can never be removed. Examples of topological properties are: wholeness closure completeness connectedness homogeneity Read More
  • topology
    In Current Science, the branch of mathematics that deals with: The properties of figures and surfaces which are independent of size and shape and are unchanged by any deformation. The way in which constituent parts are interrelated or arranged. Read More
  • trajectory
    In Current Science, a trajectory is the path that a moving object follows through space as a function of time. An orbit is a closed trajectory. Read More
  • triton
    1. In Current Science, the triton is the unstable nucleus of the isotope Hydrogen-3 consisting a proton and two neutrons (3 nucleons). 2. In Neu Theory, the triton (H3) is a two neucleon cell nuclide consisting of a deuteron (H2) plus a bound neutron (n) below a single charge shell. The(...) Read More
  • types of matter
    In Neu Theory, there are only two types of matter in nature, designated as Type I & Type II: Type I matter is always at absolute density (~ 6.693 x 1017 kg/m3) and a specific volume of 1.494 090 x 10-18 m3/kg. Type I matter behaves like a incompressible homogeneous liquid analogous to(...) Read More
  • uniform universal acceleration
    In Neu Theory, uniform universal acceleration, the constant a, is 3rd of the 4 primal physical quantities of nature. See natural acceleration. The physical effect is: A small constant acceleration on the speed of light. The one way arrow of time. The primal source of perpetual force(...) Read More
  • unit
    1. In General, The quantity of one considered as an undivided whole and the basis of all numbers. A quantity adopted as a basis or standard of measurement in terms of which other quantities may be expressed. 2. In Neu Theory, the neu is the standard unit for atomic values. Read More
  • universe
    In Neu Theory, the universe is everything including its history. In the model, the efficient universe spends less than three tenths of one penny of its matter energy dollar, to create and maintain the physical environment of electricity, space, motion and light. Read More
  • unstable
    In Current Science, a physical system, chemical compound, isotope, etc.: that readily or spontaneously transforms by disintegrating into parts. Read More
  • vacuum
    1. In Current Science, a vacuum is space that is empty of matter. A vacuum can contain energy. Even if all particles of matter were removed from a region of space, there would still be photons present. 2. In Neu Theory, there is no physical concept of a vacuum or void. The closest Neu(...) Read More
  • vector
    In Current Science, a quantity having direction as well as magnitude. Read More
  • velocity
    In Current Science: Speed together with direction of travel as a vector quantity. The measure of the rate of motion of an object in a given direction. Read More
  • virtual particle
    1. In Current Science, a particle that possess mass or energy for a limited time. As long as the energy of the particle multiplied by the time of it existence is less than Planck’s constant h, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle is not violated, and the particle is not forbidden to(...) Read More
  • volume
    In Current Science, volume (and area) are geometric quantities of size. Size is one of the static physical properties of matter. Volume is defined by the object’s surface, or surfaces of closure and can be measured by displacement. Read More
  • weight
    1. In Current Science, the amount that a thing weighs; the quantitative expression of this in terms of conventional units, esp. as measured using scales, a balance, etc.; the quantity of substance as measured by the downward force exerted on its mass by a gravitational field. 2. In Neu(...) Read More
  • work
    In Current Science, the operation of a force in producing movement or other physical change, esp. as a definitely measurable quantity. Work is a scalar quantity that can be described as the product of a force times the distance through which it acts. Work is the transfer of energy by a force(...) Read More
  • zero
    In Neu Theory, there is no physical zero because the uniform universal acceleration of substance creates physical bodies in a perpetual state of natural movement. There is a “topological” zero in Neu Theory. This is the electron hollow, made by the S3 surface of the membrane, with the(...) Read More
  • Zome
    In Neu Theory, Zome is dynamic physical space: The Zome is the universal volume of space maintained by accelerating free rise energy and is one of the seven primary objects of nature. The Zome is nature’s largest physical structure with definite physical properties, i.e., energy(...) Read More
  • zomon
    In Neu Theory, a zomon is a pulse of accelerating free rise energy released with spontaneous neutron fragmentation. Zomons can be considered as expanding & diffusing-in-place space quanta. The zomon is one of the seven elementary particles, and [8] of the fundamental forms of nature. (...) Read More